I’ve been sat on top of a pile of scanning of late that has photographs dating back a good couple of months in it. I’ve been lacking the motivation to scan them really (aside from that troublesome thing called the day job getting in the way too) . A lot of the slides have lens flare in them, which had demotivated me, as the morning that I took those shots was fantastic – the sort where you might catch me doing a small happy dance as everything came together for that moment. There was of course more in the pile than that of course, but it killed my motivation for a bit.
But, I am scanning now and here are a couple that go straight in to my Limb Brook Project.
At the first May Bank holiday we (me and the family) went on a day trip to the eery Brimham Rocks with Anna Booth. Its an interesting location made all the more interesting by the low cloud that enveloped the rocks.
At the end of May Bank Holiday I took myself and the campervan up to the West Highlands of Scotland – an inspiration lacking trip that I have written about else where.
Believe it or not the last photograph has not been fiddled with – this was how the camera and the film saw it – it was a glorious light.